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Chicko Sangma   20 February 2020

admissibility of cash memo

Sir, cash memo without customer's name and without sellers' sign and seal, will it be admissible in evidence ? Also it covers which law?


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Joy Bose   21 February 2020

Hello,

The cash memo is the receipt showing payment made against purchase. If you don't have the customers name in it, then you will not be able to prove it was made against that person. Also, cash memo can be used as evidence in all sorts of civil cases and Acts relating to it like the IT Act, 1963, the Contract Act, the negotiable instrument Act etc.

Regards,
Joy Bose


 

Chicko Sangma   21 February 2020

thank you sir J.Bose & Om Prakash for your valuable Answers

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